Big Cypress National Preserve
Established in 1974, as America’s first national preserve, the site protects over 729,000 acres of a vast freshwater swamp ecosystem, which supports the rich marine estuaries along Florida’s southwest coast. Big Cypress National Preserve contains a mixture of tropical and temperate plant communities that are home to a broad diversity of wildlife, including the elusive and endangered Florida panther.
What makes this business unique? Supports the estuaries along Florida's SW Coast.
Orientation to Big Cypress National Preserve Enabling Legislation
- Bird Watching
- Canoeing / Kayaking